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Revolving Lights
Revolving Lights | Dorothy Miller Richardson
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Revolving Lights | Dorothy Miller Richardson
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Upon returning to London: “Nothing in life could be sweeter than this welcoming - a cup held brimming to her lips, and inexhaustible. What lover did she want? No one in the world would oust this mighty lover, always receiving her back without words, engulfing and leaving her untouched, liberated and expanding to the whole range of her body.”
WOW! Miriam LOVES London!

BookwormM And doesn‘t care for Americans 🤣🤣 2mo
LisaMorr @BookwormM she‘s not too fond of Canadians either (at least Canadian women). Oh, and she doesn‘t like German men... 🤪 1mo
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